22973 Historical Society

Find 22973 historical societies. Historical societies provide information on the history and culture of a specific area, through the use of museum and library art exhibits and programs.

Greene County Virginia Historical Society 360 Main Street Stanardsville VA 22973 434-985-1834

Madison County Virginia Historical Society 124 North Main Street Madison VA 22727 12.4 miles from 22973 540-948-5488

Orange County Virginia Historical Society 130 Caroline Street Orange VA 22960 20.8 miles from 22973 540-672-5366

Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society 200 2nd Street Northeast Charlottesville VA 22902 21.0 miles from 22973 434-296-1492

Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society 382 High Street Dayton VA 22821 25.6 miles from 22973 540-879-2616

The Bridgewater Historical Society 109 South Main Street Bridgewater VA 22812 27.2 miles from 22973 540-237-4017

Fluvanna County Historical Society 14 Stonewall Road Palmyra VA 22963 30.0 miles from 22973 434-589-7910

Rappahannock Historical Society 328 Gay Street Washington VA 22747 31.2 miles from 22973 540-675-1163

Shenandoah County Historical Society 103 North Main Street Edinburg VA 22824 33.8 miles from 22973 540-984-7842

Louisa County Virginia Historical Society 214 Fredericksburg Avenue Louisa VA 23093 33.8 miles from 22973 540-967-5975

Agusta County Historical Society 20 South New Street Staunton VA 24401 34.7 miles from 22973 540-248-4151

Warren Virginia Historical Society 101 Chester Street Front Royal VA 22630 43.2 miles from 22973 540-636-1446

Fauquier Historical Society 10 Ashby Street Warrenton VA 20186 45.2 miles from 22973 540-347-5525

Nelson City Historical Society 5365 Thomas Nelson Highway Arrington VA 22922 48.9 miles from 22973 434-263-8400

Highland Virginia Historical Society Mansion House Road McDowell VA 24458 55.0 miles from 22973 540-396-4478

Goochland County Historical Society 2875 River Road West Goochland VA 23063 55.7 miles from 22973 804-556-3966

About Historical Societies

What is the National Register of Historic Places?

The National Register of Historic Places is a federal program that creates an official list of historically significant places worthy of preservation. The National Park Service manages the program.

Can a historical society tell me how much a historic item is worth?

In most cases, a Historical Society cannot provide monetary appraisals, but they can provide insight into why an item has historic value. They may also provide the names of reputable appraisers in the area.

What kinds of documents do I need to research my ancestors' history?

The local Historical Society or library may have a variety of documents and records that can help you to research your ancestors. Ship registries, immigrations files, birth and death certificates, church registries, and civil and military records can all be extremely helpful in this kind of research.